Ishwar Joshi obtained his Master’s degree in Water Conservancy and Hydropower Engineering in 2018 from Hohai University（河海大学）, China and his Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Pulchowk Campus, IOE,Tribhuwan University, Nepal in 2013. He is currently working as a Project Engineer at Hydro Lab. At Hydro Lab, he is mainly responsible for conducting physical hydraulic modelling of headworks of hydropower projects, numerical modelling using Flow3D and applied sediment transport related research. He has good command in laboratory instrumentation (ADP, ADV, LSPIV) as well as in quasi-3D numerical modelling of hydrodynamics and morphodynamics using various software packages namely Delft3D and iRiC. Ishwar joshi has interest in carrying out both fundamental and applied research in the areas of river hydraulics and sediment transport. His MSc thesis research investigated the channel changes in middle and lower Yangtze reaches as a result of regulation by Three Gorge Dam, using different extremal hypotheses. He aims to contribute his knowledge and practical experience for sustainable development of water resources projects in Nepal.
Universities and Academia
Fluvial Hydraulics, Hydropower Engineering, Hydraulics, Sediment Transport